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Microsoft Services SDKs for Android produced by MS Open Tech.

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Important: This preview SDK has been deprecated and is no longer being maintained. We recommend that you use Microsoft Graph and the associated Microsoft Graph SDKs instead.

Office 365 SDKs for Android

Easily integrate services and data from Office 365 into native Android apps using these Android/Java libraries.

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:exclamation:NOTE: You are free to use this code and library according to the terms of its included LICENSE and to open issues in this repo for unofficial support.

Information about official Microsoft support is available here.

These libraries are generated from API metadata using [Vipr] and [Vipr-T4TemplateWriter] and use a shared client stack provided by [orc-for-android].

For information on release cadence and how to access built binaries before release, see Releases.

Current services, service versions, and SDK versions:

|API|Service Version|SDK Version|Artifact Id| |---|---------------|-----------|-----------| |Files|1.0|1.0.0|files-services| |Discovery|1.0|1.0.0|discovery-services| |AAD Graph|1.5|0.15.0|directory-services| |OneNote|1.0|0.15.0|onenote-services| |SharePoint Lists|1.0|1.0.0|sharepoint-services|

Microsoft Graph SDK and Microsoft Outlook SDK

Looking for the new Microsoft Graph (preview) or Microsoft Oulook SDK for Android? Please, refer to the following new repos:




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